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on new gun laws since the newtown massacre advances to the full senate. aimed at fighting gun trafficking. but a measure thought to have widespread public support background checks, it appears to be in trouble and we have new numbers on what people, even republicans, think of universal background checks. >>> plus, the battle over minimum wage is heating up. the president as you know wants to raise it to $9. but businesses are divided. ceo of costco speaking up and saying it's better to pay workers more. but subway's ceo says raising the minimum wage is a bad idea. we'll take a look at that battle brewing and join the conversation on twitter. lily...she pretty much lives in her favorite princess dress. but once a week i let her play sheriff so i can wash it. i use tide to get out those week old stains and downy to get it fresh and soft. you are free to go. [ dad ] tide and downy together. i took something for my sinuses, but i still have this cough. [ male announcer ] a lot of sinus products don't treat cough. they don't? [ male announcer ] nope, but alka seltzer plus severe sinus does it
on the controversial florida stand your ground law. instead zimmerman lawyers says he's going to straight with the focus of winning an aquitdal in a second degree murder trial. it's scheduled to start in june. >>> dow jones heading higher a day after the highest ever closing. we're about 14,284, climbing after some pretty encouraging news on the job market. this story not so encouraging, a deadly and untreatable super bug, it's the cdc using the term nightmare bacteria saying it's spreading through hospitals throughout the united states. we have complete details after this quick break. [ woman ] if you have the audacity to believe your financial advisor should focus on your long-term goals, not their short-term agenda. [ male announcer ] join the nearly 7 million investors who think like you do. face time and think time make a difference. at edward jones, it's how we make sense of investing. the delightful discovery. the sweet realization that you have a moment all to yourself. well, almost. splenda® no calorie sweetener. splenda® makes the moment yours™. splenda® no calorie sweetene
's it for us. thanks for watching. "early start" begins now. >>> caught. osama bin laden's son-in-law, an al qaeda mouthpiece, now in u.s. custody. you will not believe where he was hiding. >> the dow's history-making winning streak continues as the focus flips to jobs now in the key report. is your situation getting any better. >>> sloshing your way to work. a windy, snowy, disgusting mess hanging over the northeast right now. this is the winter storm that will not go away. >> sell it, berman. >>> it's not a right to bear arms. it is a requirement. the town that wants everyone to own a gun. good morning. welcome to "early start." thanks for being with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. it is friday, march 8th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. we'll start with a major very many in had the war on terror. sending shockwaves from manhattan to capitol hill to the middle east. osama bin laden's son-in-law captured and in u.s. custody and in just hours, abu ghaith will be in new york. more on how we caught him and the controversy surrounding this court appearance. susan candiotti is here. >>
, though. it's about the law. so when we asked the president, can you kill americans on american soil with your drone strikes, which is part of the military, it it should be an easy answer. >> it's a pretty direct question, it's a question i've been asking all morning, it's a question i've been asking for a month and a half. >> and tonight, senator rand paul is declaring victory, now, we spoke with him a short time ago. senator, nice to see you, sir. >> good to be with you. >> well, today the attorney general of the united states wrote you a letter and says in part it's come to my attention that you've now asked an additional question he, does the president have the authority to weaponize drone noncombat kill an american on american soil. the answer to the that question is no. >> apparently it was sent to the media outlets and announced on tv and calling my office do we have a letter from the house because we've been waiting for this, to try to determine whether or not to let the brennan nomination go forward. >> do you have a question whether it was snarky because it says it's come t
. how is it that you are so qualm calm in those tv interviews. and the last one. why are the laws of attraction supposed to follow but not the law of chastity. >> they were amazing. >> it's the attitude they're bringing in. >> she's back on the stand today and she'll answer more questions from the jury. >> they're submitting more questions. >> i think it's the great he issest part of the case. great stuff. thank you very much. remember you can watch the jodi arias trial this afternoon live on hln and also cnn.com. we stream that stuff, you know. and coming up, we have an exclusive for you, senator rand paul will join us live. rand paul will join us live. ranrand . \ live. [ anouncer ] ihop is in time square to compare new griddle-melts to your usual breakfast sandwich. a lot more flavor. [ anouncer ] ihop's new griddle melts... made fresh and hot! hand crafted just for you. it's like a sexy sandwich. [ anouncer ] compare new griddle melts yourself. just $4.99. it's an epic breakfast sandwich. your doctor will say get smart about your weight. i tried weight loss plans... but their
that not in line with the secret, the secret being the law of objection and made me tear it out, so at that point, i was into the reaction. i agreed with him. i figured he's right and honestly, i felt really bad because that's the first time he heard me say something negative about him. i had never said negative things toward him or about him. behind his back and he, i felt like kind of like i had been caught saying something very bad about him, so i didn't do that anymore. >> if that is the case, why were you okay with leaving an entry in your journal that talked about how travis would get angry if he knew you had gone to rachel's house? >> that would have been in late august or early september and this argument that occurred would be late october and the subsequent lecturing of writing negative things occurred after that maybe later in october or early november. >> why was it okay to write about how travis made you sick and happy or sad and miserable or that something wasn't right about him? >> that was a very mild way of how i sometimes felt about that darker side of him. as far as qujust the
instead. >>> the president who signed the defense of marriage act into law now says it's time to put doma asunder. >>> and jurors in the ex-rated murder trial of jodi arias let the defendant know exactly what they think of her. and this is long before they reach a verdict on her life or death. >>> we begin this hour with the first step on a very long road to justice for a man, american federal civilian justice, for a son-in-law of osama bin laden, whom the united states is accusing of con spir conspiracy to kill us. he had been out of sight for years only to surface last week in the middle east and then wind up in the hands of the cia. and at that point, was really easy, key have had a one way ticket to guantanamo bay. and some people on capitol hill think that is exactly where that man belongs. but instead, he just appeared like any other accused criminal in a federal court in manhattan facing a one count indictment that could send him to prison for the rest of his life. what do you think he pled? probably not surprise, not guilty. and he's due back in court on april 8. susan candiotti w
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this when it comes down to corporate law? >> no. she peddles perfection and her business dealings are messy. the story is so interesting, her name and brand mean something -- to almost anyone who knows martha stewart, her brand is simple and clean and good lines, right? when you look at the business dealings between macy's, j.c. penney and martha stewart it's not so simle and clean and bright colors -- >> hold that thought for a second. i want to bring in our legal panel because this is like contract law. sunny hostin and randy zellin, shouldn't it state in black and white whether you can be exclusive? >> the loirsz for martha stewart, she has the best money can buy. she says there's a loophole in contract that someone didn't do their job years ago when this first contract was entered into and there is an exclusion so that she can do this deal j.c. penney bought about 70% of her company. this is a big deal and i can't imagine she went in it blind. this woman is a force to be reccened with, she's smart and savvy business woman -- >> this couldn't have been an accidental deal. randy, i want t
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. last night, the president signed an order required by law that put into effect those $85 billion in automatic cuts. the cuts will come over time. we'll have a live report from washington in the next few minutes. >>> want to head now to seffner, florida. the site of that enormous sinkhole that opened up on thursday night, that literally swallowed up a man while he was sleeping inside his house. you're looking at live pictures right now. let's go to a news conference happening right now. >> can't bring a lot of equipment on to the site. any further work will need to be done from the perimeter. some heavy equipment to help us with that part of the process which is the demolition. unfortunately, we have not been able to determine the whereabouts of mr. bush, jeff bush, who is a gentleman that was consumed by the sinkhole. we've told the family that. and, again, we're expressed our sincere condolences to them. the -- as we reported throughout the day and last night, the sinkhole is extremely large. it's a huge chasm. extending down 50, 60 feed. with all the equipment we brought in and
people to say they are going to obey the law. it takes so much work to get the administration to admit that they will adhere to the constitution. it should be a much simpler process. >> shepard: there are very real questions about whether this memo about which i'm sure you have heard something is -- falls under the guidelines of the constitution. whether they are able as a government to decide what americans need to be droned, killed, including here on american soil. back up a couple of years, maybe, and consider that that question could even be brought up, that the government could kill you with no charges, no lawyer, no trial, no nothing, just some bird that flies around, somebody on a joy stick controlling it. and kill you. that's what they're talking about. you can do that, government? rand paul says no. well, there is. [ male announcer ] it's called ocuvite. a vitamin totally dedicated to your eyes, from the eye care experts at bausch + lomb. as you age, eyes can lose vital nutrients. ocuvite helps replenish key eye nutrients. ocuvite has a unique formula not found in your multivi
'm not asking my question about the president's motives. this is about the rule of law. it isn't so much about him, it isn't so much about john brennan. >> so mr. paul's fili-blizzard as it's affectionately called, joining him fellow republicans and one not from the other side of the aisle. when it was all said and done, nearly 13 hours later, paul joked about what finally forced him to leave the floor. >> i discovered there are some limits to filibustering, and i'm going to have to take care of one of those in a few minutes. i thank you very much for the forbearance and i yield the floor. >>> we all agree water has consequences. we'll bring in our thursday morning power panel. kelly o'donnell, democratic strategist angela ryan, msnbc contributor and republican strategist, susan del percent i don't. i want to talk first about what we witnessed in temperatures of the president and the idea of this chat and chew with congressman ryan. we have reply to talking about this, say the indicate is the wine and dine diplomacy what will turn around the grd lock? >> who had said he had not done enough to
and unafraid. if there >> shepard: this is the fox report. tonight, usama bin laden's son-in-law reported captured. apparently now in new york city to face a trial. now questions about how this happened, when and where. plus, the white house responds to that question from senator rand paul. is it legal for the government to drone us and kill us right here? >> you can kill an american on american soil, a noncombatant with a drone strike? >> the question he raised was entirely appropriate and should have already been answered. >> i don't this administrations any intention of using drones in the united states. >> the president swore an oath to uphold the constitution and he is bound by the law. >> shepard: tonight, looking to clear up the confusion about targeting americans on u.s. soil. north korea, threatening a preemptive nuclear strike against the united states. >> the pentagon takes the capabilities that the north koreas have seriously. >> even one of north korea's long time allies now saying that country has gone too far. so what now? for dennis rodman's best buddies? thousands of shar
with another plan, right? >> well, we'll have to see, victor. you know, the president signed this into law, essentially, he executed this order last night at 8:30 p.m. this is it right here. and omb, the office of management and budget sent over an 83-page letter to the speaker of the house, john boehner, detailing, line by line, where all of these cuts are going to be going into effect over the next several weeks, over the next several months, depending on which department of the federal government you're talking about. and you can just look at the numbers, they're pretty staggering. $289 million for the centers for disease control. nearly $1 billion for fema, $3 billion to $4 billion for operations and maintenance for the navy, the army, the air force, and then the list goes on and on. and so that's why the president, in his weekly radio address, is saying, essentially, to the leaders of congress, hey, let's get back to the bargaining table. let's work out some kind of deal to make these cuts go away. here's what he had to say. >> i still believe we can and must replace these cuts with a
to the house? >> the bedroom floor just collapsed, and my brother-in-law is underneath the house. >> just one second. let me connect you with the ems. >> difficult to imagine what they were going through. underneath the house, jeff bush. jeff's brother jeremy, who narrowly escaped the sink hole himself, leapt into the hole, digging at the sand and wreckage. he kept digging. he said he heard his brother's voice calling out from somewhere, buried in the sinkhole. he kept digging until police pulled him out because the floors are going to give out. jeff bush is presumed dead, but jeremy is not giving up hope. saying he wishes he was back in the hole digging for his brurt would be an understatement. we spoke to him earlier at the scene. i'm so sorry for what you're going through. i cannot imagine how difficult this must be for you, for your entire family. can you walk us through last night? you had just gotten home from work. what happened? >> i just got home from work. me and my wife, my father-in-law and my 2-year-old daughter went to somewhere to get something to eat. came back home. told my b
, and my brother-in-law is underneath the house. >> just one second. let me connect you with the ems. >> difficult to imagine what they were going through. underneath the house, jeff bush. jeff's brother jeremy, who narrowly escaped the sink hole himself, leapt into the hole, digging at the sand and wreckage. he kept digging. he said he heard his brother's voice calling out from somewhere, buried in the sinkhole. he kept digging until police pulled him out because the floors are threatening to give way. jeff bush is presumed dead, but jeremy is not giving up hope. to say he wishes he was back in the hole digging for his brother would be an understatement. we spoke to him earlier at the scene. i'm so sorry for what you're going through. i cannot imagine how difficult this must be for you, for your entire family. can you walk us through last night? you had just gotten home from work. what happened? >> i just got home from work. me and my wife, my father-in-law and my 2-year-old daughter went to somewhere to get something to eat. came back home. told my brother, knocked on my brother's
alarming distance. when we're talking about drones in terms of the privacy the laws haven't caught up with technolo technology. >> reporter: right. >> how they might affect air traffic. are there laws in place about how high they can go and whether or not they can be close to airports what distance away from an airport they need to be? >> reporter: there are regulations in place. they haven't caught up with the technology and of course the number of these unmanned vehicles that are out there now and the varied types of them. according to regulations flying unmanned aerial vehicles is illegal for commercial purposes, most commercial purposes. you can fly remote-controlled planes up to 400 feet in the air according to faa. if you come within three miles of an airport you have to let the air traffic controllers know about that. those are some loose regulations on these things. a lot of those are not caught up with just the sheer volume of these things in the air these days and just what they're able to do. >> amazing, new technology. kind of scary. brian todd for us. you can watch brian
the united states, the ability to use our law enforcement capacity. >> shepard: no intention, hard to imagine. that's not a rule out, no matter what the definition of is is. we tried to get to the bottom of all of that and we'll hear more from the attorney general coming up inside fox report. well, what would you ask a woman who admits she stabbed and slashed and shot her lover to death? today, jurors in an arizona courtroom got their first chance to quiz jodi arias about the night she did indeed kill travis alexander. she admits the killing, calls it self-defense. prosecutors call it a jealous rage. today the judge rattled off question after question the jurors submitted. a practice allowed in 25 states. not common in most states. only in three. among the jurors questioned, some about the rockie relationship between arias and alexander, the --oter and the shoot ye shootee. >> did you ever take pictures of yourself after he hit you? >> no, i did not. >> how did you have time to get the gun down if he was right behind you? >> i don't know at the was right behind me or not. i just had the sense
to follow the law and all the bits and pieces of it, that the government has immunity. you can't sue a prosecutor because a prosecutor you know, maybe got it wrong in a courtroom. is there immunity in something like this? >> no, because they filed charges under the civil rights act. you're talking about $15 million from a small community. a small community whose people are going to suffer because there won't be social services. that's what has me. you could find two or three million dollars would concern the purpose. you could put the negligent people in jail, but to bankrupt the town of $15 million is pretty agree jous. >> those pictures, i just felt sick about it. i'm flat out of time though. nice to see you. i always love having you. we'll see both of you again soon. thanks for watching. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> welcome to "around the world." we begin in d.c. senator paul rand, rand paul rather, spent 13 hours, no bathroom breaks, no meals, filibustering on the senate floor. why? >> because of this was a filibuster. filibustersing on the senate floor to hold up th
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prostitutes is one part of what law enforcement officials say that they are looking into, with regard to menendez. another big part of it, maybe the biggest part of it, allegations that he used his influence to help one of his biggest donors and that is still, we understand, being investigated bit fbi and also here in the senate by the ethics committee. >> that part still under investigation. dana bash on the hill for us. dana, thank you. >>> in most cases the birth of a baby a happy occasion. even when a surrogate is involved. but that is not so for a couple in connecticut and their surrogate. this is more like a nightmare. this is a story, this is unreal. you have to stick around. we're talking about it. elizabeth cohen will tell us the story. the panel will react. i want your tweets @brookeb at cnn. everyone's retirement dream is different; how we get there is not. we're americans. we work. we plan. ameriprise advisors can help you like they've helped millions of others. to help you retire your way, with confidence. ♪ that's what ameriprise financial does. that's what they can do
'm jon scott. jenna: i'm jenna lee. osama bin laden's son-in-law pleading not guilty to conspiracy to kill americans, this a short time ago in a federal court in lower manhatten blocks from the warl world trade center site. suleiman abu ghaith is not just in osama bin laden's family, he's also al-qaida's spokesman and apparently the top prop grandist. he's appeared in videos and praising the 9/11 attacks and warning of new attacks in the future. we are getting new information on how and when his capture went down. david lee miller is live outside the u.s. district court in new york city. what did we learn about his arrest? >> reporter: we learned more about the timeline. we learned that suleiman abu ghaith has now been in the united states for exactly one week. prosecutors told the judge that he arrived in the united states march 1st at 12:30pm and they also revealed that he was arrested overseas shortly before midnight february 28th. when they give those times, they are speaking about east coast times. further details were not given, no further elaboration about the case against h
jackson were there too. >>> new trial date set for osama bin laden's son-in-law who has pleaded not guilty to terror charges. prosecutors say he conspired to kill americans as part of bin laden's al qaeda network and spent most of his time since the september 11th attacks in iran. u.s. officials arrested him february 28th in jordan. and number five, female mma fighter fallon fox made headlines this week. no, not for her skills in the ring, although she does have those, or her 39-second knockout last weekend but because she was born a man. this is something she kept private until breaking the story to "sports illustrated" explaining how back in 2006 she went through hormonal therapy and gender reassignment surgery. was this a fair thing to hide from her former opponents. some say no, we'll be talking to her live about one hour from now. >>> the jury questions for accused murderer jodi arias, they may not be over. they could continue next week after she was peppered with more than 200 this week. jurors rarely get the chance to ask defendants questions directly, but in arizona, they do. "in s
is attacking the state's insanity defense laws. lawyers for james holmes says forcing him to cooperate with psychiatrists is a right of his. he's charged with 126 counts including murder. 12 people died and many others were injured. >>> drama, tension, and tears in the jodie arias murder trial this week. she faced some pretty tough questions about death and a coverup. we'll take you inside the courtroom for her dramatic testimony next. so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gp
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in mike brooks working his blackberry as i'm bringing him in here. our law enforcement analyst at our sister network, hln. this lear jet 45 is headed from this smaller airport to the massive st. louis airport, presumably to a myriad of ambulances on the ground there as well. >> right. they have a better eter aircra rescue firefighting capability. it is a larger -- it is a larger runway. >> concrete is their friend, is what miles said. >> right. and as they're flying around, burning off the fuel, you don't want to have weight and any kind of fire. but going to lambert field in st. louis it a larger airport, major airport, because where we saw them flying around, where we have been watching for the last number of minutes, you've only saw four fire apparatus interth. i would want the best aircraft rescue firefighting capability possible and longer runway. that means lambert field. >> have you seen something like this in person? >> yes, i have. >> what happens? i know each landing is different. but what has happened? >> there is a possibility, because it is a larger field, they have to c
, thanks. it's 11:00 on the east coast. osama bin laden pfrs spokesman and son-in-law in court blocks away from ground zero. how he was caught, how he'll by tried and what it does to al qaeda. join us tonight. >> also, tonight, the week's most unforgettable moments from jodi arias on the stand, to the rare jury questions to what happens next. >> we begin with breaking news. thehe the head of one of america's biggest airlines speaking out on thedition to allow knives on aircrafts. >> he wrote, quote, we must object to the decision to allow small knives back in the aircrafts. joining us is the international president of the association of flight attendants. what do you make of this? you must be pleased that the delta ceo is weighing in on the side of the flight attendants. why are you opposed to this? >> it's completely unnecessary to introduce a weapon to the aircraft. introduce knives back into the cabin. makes no sense. >> is it out of concern for the safety of flight attendsants and other personnel onboard the aircraft that is your primary concern here? >> well, as flight attendants, we'
for osama bin laden's son-in-law is culminating in a new york courtroom steps away from ground zero. >> bin laden's former spokesman is pleading not guilty to charges of conspireing to kill americans. and susan candiotti reports, it's what he's saying outside of the courtroom that could become critical in this trial. >> reporter: victor and brianna, good morning. for years, his video messages spewing hate and dire warnings to americans after 9/11 have finally brought him to america inside a courtroom. entered the courtroom looking and acting much differently than the al qaeda spokesman so often seen next to his father-in-law osama bin laden. in new york federal court, he looked older, balding, his dark beard now gray. gone was the fiery rhetoric. he quietly said yes when asked if he understood the charges and left it to his lawyer to enter his plea, not guilty. but behind the scenes, he is talking to investigators. prosecutors dropping a bombshell. revealing he made a 22-page statement after his arrest. possibly powerful evidence. >> prosecutors always want statements from a defendant. so t
. the scripture speak of peter's mother-in-law. you can't have a-mile-per-hour in law unless you are married, right? i think that many of the apostles, many priests for ceintureries lived a happily fulfilled priesthood. i think now the church has spiritualized the celibacy promise or discipline by saying that a man must be married to the church. i never really bought that. i don't think that god calls human beings to marry institutions. god created male and female and us to form family and have is this blessing of being able to experience human love with the person that we choose to love. >> you know, in craig's piece we noted that the majority of catholics now in the new pontiff was in favor of married priests are willing to go along with the pope but any they want the pope to make that call. how do you respond to that finding that the pugh is survey? >> that is very interesting. first of all, i found the numbers in the survey to be extremely conservative. i heard of 75% or more of roman catholics saying they want their priests to marry. as a matter of fact, every day since i did marry and
gingrich who was his own contributor and his boss' son-in-law. i think you're dealing with somebody who is unfiltered, refreshingly, politically incorrect to be in politics. i think it's going to be an interesting book. it gives you a good behind-the-scenes look at media and some of the political world and parts of it i found endearing. why is he doing this? i i don't know roger ailes but it is endearing to me that somebody who is 72 and looking at his mortality regrets his 10-year-old son grow up. >> he does say i'm a good journalist. >> he is an equal opportunity critiquer. >> he's blunt and a very, very smart guy. he's done an amazing job over at fox news. nobody can deny that. he said i wear a 42 short as far as my suit is concerned. it's a 42 regular. just want to be precise on that. but he is a very smart guy. quick thought from -- >> and good being looking suits they are, wolf. >> thank you. quick thought from you, anna, first, and then van. what's going on with cpac, this conservative political action conference. they invite donald trump but they don't invite chris christie. wha
as well. i also got a statement today from the federal law enforcement officers association. they called this dangerous, ill advised and called it foolishness for the tsa to be rolling back their regulations in this way. and you can bet these organizations are going to be pushing back very hard against tsa in the month to come to see if these restrictions can remain in place. >> yeah, i know as you talked to passengers there, at hartsfield, a lot of people buzzing about this. david mattingly, thank you. a heads up to all of you, we'll be tackling this with our hot topics panel later on in the hour. tweet me. will you feel safer or not next time you're on a plane after these rules go into effect at the end of april? let us know. now some of the hottest stories in a flash, rapid fire. roll it. >>> first up here, attorney general eric holder is not totally ruling out a case where a drone strike could target americans on u.s. soil. he made the comment in a letter to republican senator rand paul, raised the question during hearings involving cia chief nominee john brennan, holder says in a hy
? >> yes. >> okay. let's bring in our legal guys here. avery friedman, civil rights attorney and law professor from cleveland, good to see you. >> hi, fredricka. >> and richard herman, new york criminal law defense attorney joining us from washington. always on the go, travel to so many cities. a big warning out there that we will be showing some pictures that were shown during testimony, very graphic, of the crime scene, of the death of mr. alexander. so on the stand, arias has no qualms about admitting that she did kill alexander. no one's disputing that. but she says it was self-defense, and we heard her say, just in that clip, so many times, that she doesn't remember. so, avery, is this the prosecution able to establish there was premeditation or is she protecting herself by being able to say i didn't remember, and so, you know, might her attorneys be thinking about pleading insanity somewhere down the line, or is it too late for that? >> well, i'm sure if it were available, fredricka, they would have used it already. this has been an utter disaster. if you're going to go on nati
and there's reasons for rules. jurors are supposed to take facts as they find them and apply the law. that's their job, as impartial fact finders. once they start asking questions, i think they become advocates and also think they're investigators and they lose their role a little bit. >> the questions are fascinating to hear, though. >> it's great tv. >> this jury has been paying attention. >> clearly, clearly. joe, nice to have you with us. we appreciate it. >>> business news, the dow is going up and up and up. if we see another record high today, what does it mean for our 401(k)s? we'll take a look at that coming up next. could only come from nature.s new nectresse. the 100% natural no-calorie sweetener made from the goodness of fruit. new nectresse. sweetness naturally. >>> welcome back. the dow jones industrial average sets another record, adding 42 points on tuesday. it's now up 9% this year. christine, what does it all mean? >> well, it means if you look at your 401(k) and you're invested in stocks, you're doing better. the dow up 30, up 12% over the past year, nasdaq up 10%. it's b
. they wanted him to declare the state's law on the insanity plea unconstitutional. the judge refused the motion, but he did grant a request to explain the consequences of an insanity plea. holmes is accused of killing a dozen people and injuring at least 58 others in a movie theater in aurora, colorado, last july. >>> in arizona, the jodi arias trial is keeping millions of people riveted. and the jury in the case just might be revealing how it thinks -- what it thinks of arias and her testimony. the jurors have submitted at least 220 questions to the judge that they want asked to arias. and they haven't been pulling any punches. >> after all the lies you have told, why should we believe you now? >> lying isn't typically something i just do. i'm not going to say that i've never told a lie in my life before this incident, but the lies that i've told in this case are -- can be tied directly back to either protecting travis's reputation or my involvement in his death. >> i spoke to "hln's" jane velez-mitchell, and i asked her what she thought of arizona and the other states that allow jurors to ask
is elected pope, he governs by law. we all do, not by whim or desire on our part. we're governed by law if all particulars. the clutch is not a tyranny. so he obviously has to accept the universal code of the church now which is zero tolerance for anyone who has ever abused a minor child. >> that is chicago's archbishop cardinal george. the cardinals are meeting again this morning and we're waiting to see whether we're going to find out today when the conclave will start. cnn analyst and correspondent for the national catholic reporter is in rome. he's joining us this morningment so these are preconclave meetings. do we know what is being discussed in these meetings. >> reporter: hi. well, what we know, we know in general what the topic here is. in general, the topic includes a kind of state of the church conversation. what are the issues they're facing? and also what qualities does the next pope need to have and ultimately, of course, who is that guy going to be? in the meantime, there is one other bit of business which is they have to set a date for this conclave. we do not expect the
. >> in a law and order moment. >> take a look at exhibit 413. >> the prosecutor brought out a photo of jodi with her sister taken after she said the injury occurred. >> ma'am, this was also taken according to your testimony on may 15th. let's take a look at that of 2008. that's a picture of your left hand, isn't it? >> yes. >> you don't have a bent finger here in exhibit 453, do you? >> my finger is bent there. >> you're saying your finger is bent there? >> yes. >> it was a direct shot at jodi's credibility and her latest story of prolonged abuse. martinez then went after her sometimes convenient memory lapses and in turn, jodi went after him. >> you say that you have memory problem, but it depends on the circumstance, right? >> that's right. >> and give me the factors. i don't want to know about a specific circumstance. what factors influence your having a memory problem. >> usually when men like you are screaming at me or grilling me or someone like travis doing the same. >> he also asked jodi about the first lie she told investigators. >> i wasn't there. >> when she said she wasn't at tr
through september unless it's enshrined into law for the next ten years and they don't do anything to reverse it. i imagine we're going to see some attempts, however, you see republicans already proposing ways to add flexibility to the pentagon so that they can push in the blow of the sequester. so in the end if they can come to bi-partisan agreements parts of the sequester that are going to be the most reckless will go away. jon: republicans have come up with a pretty aggressive plan for a budget that actually balance stph-s. balances? >> yes, part of the agreement between republicans themselves to restkwepbs this series of budget crisis and put the debt ceiling increase off until some time in summer is an agreement that they would try to come out with an annual budget that balances the books much faster than last time. they were look at 2040, this time it will be 2023. that's ten years off. the details are not made hub yet, but what is under consideration is making some republicans nervous, because we are in such a period of slow growth, we are trying to absorb the sequester, we
that is now law it lowers the amount to continue funding the government, the continuing resolution from the end of march until the end of september. now republicans in the house are also seeking to do some finessing, if you will to try and help the pentagon with funding that has been ham pwerd bhampered by sequester. here is speaker of the house john boehner ahead of the debate. >> the house our goal is to cut spending, not to shut down the government. that's why we are going to cr this week and we would hope that the senate would take this bill up and move it quickly. the president on friday agreed that there is no reason to get into some debate about shutting down the government. it's just not a smart thing to do. >> reporter: they are having debate at this hour on the house floor. we expect if all things go as scheduled to have a vote in the next two to two and a half hours or so, and then it will be onto the senate, jenna. jenna: what about the senate? any drama -- i guess that is a loaded question. any drama expected on the senate side regarding the cr, the continuing resolution.
? >> the bedroom floor just collapsed and my brother-in-law was in there and he's underneath the house. >> okay. hold on one second. let me connect you with ems. >> okay. >> that was the 911 call made to police early friday morning. witnesses say they heard a deafening sound and then a sink hole opened up under jeff bush's bedroom. his brother tried to save him but was unsuccessful. and jeremy broke down in tears as he spoke to anderson cooper last night. >> i'm so sorry for what you're going through. and -- what happens now? i mean -- where are -- >> there's a picture of my brother right there. there's a picture of my brother right there. the man i love. the guy i always -- he's my brother, man. he was everything to me. that's him. >> officials say the sink hole is still expanding and could eventually take the whole house with it. >>> overseas now, hugo chavez is fighting for his life according to his vice president who says chavez is being treated at a military hospital in caracas. chavez recently returned to venezuela after undergoing cancer treatment in cuba. his health kept him from attend
bin laden's spokesman and son-in-law in court just blocks away from ground zero. how he's caught, how he'll be tried, and what his capture does to al qaeda. peter bergen joins us. also, tonight, the week's most unforgettable moments on the stand for jodi arias to what happens next in a murder trial no one can stop talking about. we begin with breaking news. the head of one of america's largest airlines speaking out about the tsa's decision to allow certain small knives back on commercial flights. delta ceo writes, and i quote, we must object to the agency decision to allow small knives back in the aircraft cabin. we have culted with our flight attendant group and we share their lujijimate concerns about this decision. joining us is the president of the international association of flight attendants. you must be pleased that it delta ceo is weighing in on the side of flight attendants. why are you opposed to this change by the tsa? >> because it's completely unnecessary to introduce a weapon to the aircraft, to introduce knives back into the cabin makes no sense. >> is it out of concer
happened to be osama bin laden's son-in-law pleaded not guilty today in a federal courtroom here in new york. he was accused of plotting to killing americans. he was arrested last week in jordan. osama bin laden counted his son-in-law as part of his inner circle. u.s. officials say he was tapped as al qaeda's spokesman after the september 11th attacks. in other words, he was a big catch back then, or so it would seem. the decision to handle his case in the civilian court has reignited a bitter debate. two journalists who have ever interviewed bin laden are here. peter, what do you make of this? is this really a big catch? >> this is a guy who made a poor marital choice, which was marrying one of bin laden's daughters. as a result of which he was part of a bin laden inner circle, but he's a propagandist. he's -- you know, even the indictment itself doesn't mention any actual terror plot he was involved in. john will also remember he kind of -- there was a period where he was somewhat public in the late '01, early 2002 time period and then he disappeared from sight because he wasn't that
that is burdensome. the federal government saying that those laws are still needed to make sure that everyone has a part of the franchise and is able to vote freely. we'll hear from him today. he had no idea that america will be fighting and refighting so many fights that he thought would be settled. part of what he will talk about today, but also recognize this area's role in the civil rights movement. >> victor, do we have a sense of how big these crowds are going to be and how they might compare to other years? >> historically, thousands of people here at what is called the bridge crossing jubilee in selma. so many come to recognize what happened on march 7th when about 600 peaceful protesters tried to make that 54-mile walk from selma to montgomery, but got as far as the bridge when they were beaten down. 17 had to go to the hospital. one was congressman john lewis. he will be here today. in the past we've seen presidents and president clinton in the last few months of his administration. he was here in 2000 and 2007 barack obama and hillary clinton were here at the start of the 2008 presiden
't there a law that if you help someone on the side of the road you don't get sued? >> kimberly: she is saying on the nursing, news flash to you, if you love your family members don't put them in that home. >> dana: this is standard across the industry. >> bob: da standardly one more thing. ♪ ♪ >> eric: time for one more thing. google has sergi but we have kim. >> kimberly: i have honey boo boo, i if you miss her. this is a sweet story. she raised a tremendous amount of money for the girl scouts in the local area. troop 60373. she had them buy a lot of them. but girl scouts said we prohibit the online sales. it's leadership and work ethic building experience for the girls to go face to face and rejection or acceptance and deliver cookies. >> dana: most people have the mom and dad take the order form to the office. >> kimberly: thin mins. >> dana: they need -- >> kimberly: weren't you a camp fire girl, too? >> dana: i was. >> eric: saltier than turkey leg at a state fair. greg? >> greg: is this your thing? i have only been doing it for five years. move the goalpost. that is the banned phras
collector so he could buy more than the four guns allowed by south african law. just last january, though the facts are in dispute, friend and boxer said pistorius was holding a gun at this outdoor cafe when it went off. he says pistorius was showing the gun to a friend. >> that was a major mistake what happened on oscar's part. it wasn't intentional. that could have been a bad event and something that could have been very tragic. we were all very fortunate that day. after that event oscar was very apologetic. >> reporter: there are no police reports. cnn could get no comment from the restaurant. when questions were asked in the papers an unidentified pistorius friend said it was he who brought the gun to the restaurant, not pistorius. south african media has always adored pistorius, some would say even protected him, by minimizing his problems. >> he was one of the biggest stories at the olympic games. >> reporter: he's one of the few south african sports journalists who has been critical of pistorius. he said the pr machine behind the so-called blade runner has all but made him untoucha
fizzled out. not that he wanted to sign it, he had to by law because congress didn't act, didn't reach a deal. some say didn't lift a finger. most members fled down before the deadline even approached. joining me now, republican from new york and democrat from california. gentlemen, thank you for being here i want to talk to you, congressman grimm first. president obama said he's willing to compromise and do things even his own party pt moat like to strike a deal. i know there's a general mistrust of president obama in your party, but what is your side willing to do, if anything? >> well, first of all, we're ready to sit down and do that, but it's -- very difficult to take the president at his word when he sent the last week and a half campaigning against us, and beating us up and blaming us. >> but sitting on it, do what? congressman? if republicans say they're not going to budge on tax increases, which the president is demanding, do you think that he's just being completely disingenuous saying he will budge? >> absolutely. i think his actions -- i'm tired of hearing the president's r
the teed yum of contract law and the teed yum of going through that particular contract for the past hour as we had been. and i asked her how she felt about her testimony, how she felt about how things were going and she said i feel good. i feel good. but we know there's a the lot longer to go in the testimony today. they were just getting up to the beginning of her macy's contract and her early talks and designs with jcpenney. so clearly a lot more to go through here. and it is a contract dispute at its core, of course. but when you throw in the celebrity of martha stewart and two hold houusehold name brands a little sexier. >> she's a nonexecutive compa chairman. she's not a ceo. and there is a big difference in how much clout and minutia you deal with every day. so i want you to just if you can quickly separate those two out for me and tell me why martha on the stand means anything if she's the nonexecutive. >> because she is the one who is making deals with terry lungren from macy's and the new ceo of jc pen any. the e-mails and telephone calls have been about martha's interaction wit
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